The induced voltage across the secondary coil is greater than the applied voltage across the primary coil or in other words the voltage has been “stepped-up”.
In most of Europe appliances run on 220 volts, instead of the 120 volts or 240 volts in the USA.
Yes the output is usually the voltage that it converts into.
The document belongs to the PHYS00211 - course at Rowan University taught by Professor Professor Dominik Berg in the Fall term of 2016. For similar materials, see: 00211 - Professor Berg, RU Physics, and RU Course Notes.
Date Created: 05/08/17 Step-up Transformer On a step-up transformer there are more turns on the secondary coil than the primary coil.
It is just that I have trouble differentiating them; the Stepup is 110v to 220v right?